PEOPLE IN GENERAL HAVE THE TENDENCY TO DO SHORTCUT TO FINE PHYSIQUE, WHAT IS YOUR ADVICE ?
My advice is to start with the right mind set, get a game plan together, make the necessary plans to organize your food, training program. If this is too difficult to organize, then the best thing to do is to find a qualified fitness professional. Find one that has the right qualifications, not somebody who just read a magazine and then thinks they are expert.
My question would be how bad do they want to change? Are they wishing, hoping or do they have the real desire to do what it takes to make it happen and get the results that they want. To get into your best shape must become an obsession.
WHAT SORT OF EXERCISE THAT CAN TRANSFORM OUR BODY SIGNIFICANTLY ?
Many changes are happening in the fitness industry, our members who take Personal Training and take Group Fitness Classes would have experienced some of them. TRX Suspension Training, ViPR, Kettlebell, TRX Rip Training, and Bosu Balance Training, these are just a few of the new programs that we have introduced over the past year, especially Fast Fit, as we perform only functional movement exercises. It’s the methodology behind them. It’s better to train movement not muscle.
How well the body transfers strength training to performance is directly related to the style of lifting. A slow, controlled, unidirectional training style creates an aesthetically enhanced muscle, but not a more functional body. When we train, we develop better movement patterns to be able to sustain challenges like, changing direction quickly, being able to speed up or slow down faster, and because its dynamic range of movement, it also helps us prevent injury.
This type of training makes our muscle smarter as the brain stores information as movement patterns, so strengthening independent muscles with isolation training can actually hinder the development of skilled movement.
Other methods of training that we use to get our members faster results are HIIT training (High Intensity Interval Training) and Tabata Interval Training.